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Van den Brule says Luci is an opportunity to build a brighter future for Haiti: a way of using the sun to break the poverty cycle.
“We deliberately chose a woman's name, as it incarnates empathy and a deliberately feminine aesthetic,” Van den Brule told me.
It was in 2012, in post-earthquake Haiti, and Van den Brule, having worked in there for years, was brainstorming.
Van den Brule is not a rock star like Bono or Baez, nor is she famous, but she had a dream.
Brule Marston met her about the same time, and then the mischief started.The Man from Jericho|Edwin Carlile Litsey
Brule's approach was heralded by the arrival of a single canoe paddled by Indians who told that a white man was on his way.Ethel Morton at Chautauqua|Mabell S. C. Smith
"S'pose old Fox cud nibble round the brule," continued Yankee, nodding his head toward his sorrel horse.The Man From Glengarry|Ralph Connor
La nuit il faisoit un froid insuportable, et le jour on etoit brule des ardeurs du Soleil.Narrative of a Survey of the Intertropical and Western Coasts of Australia|Phillip Parker King
Just then a piece of white, newly-tanned deerskin was hoisted up in the center of the bois brule encampment.Indian Boyhood|[AKA Ohiyesa], Charles A. Eastman